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be cut by a plane + to their

projections of that line ( Prob . 14 ) ; draw : : gch + ab , gch may then be taken for

the horizontal trace of the plane 1 to the

be cut by a plane + to their

**intersection**, the traces of this plane are : : 1 to theprojections of that line ( Prob . 14 ) ; draw : : gch + ab , gch may then be taken for

the horizontal trace of the plane 1 to the

**intersection**. This plane cuts the given ... Página 50

In what has preceded , the required points have been determined by the

as solved when the positions of these planes are determined . We now proceed

to treat ...

In what has preceded , the required points have been determined by the

**intersection**of planes , and the questions regarding them have been consideredas solved when the positions of these planes are determined . We now proceed

to treat ...

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A line is defined and determined , either by some property which characterises it ,

or as being produced by the motion of a point , or as the

surfaces , each of which contains it . In the greater number of cases , in the

practical ...

A line is defined and determined , either by some property which characterises it ,

or as being produced by the motion of a point , or as the

**intersection**of twosurfaces , each of which contains it . In the greater number of cases , in the

practical ...

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Hence it follows , that to draw a tangent at any point of a curve , resulting from the

surface at that point must be constructed , and the

Hence it follows , that to draw a tangent at any point of a curve , resulting from the

**intersection**of a given plane with a curved surface , the tangent - plane to thesurface at that point must be constructed , and the

**intersection**of the first ... Página 62

A LINE is defined and determined , either by some property which characterises it

, or as being produced by the motion of a point , or as the

surfaces , each of which contains it . In the greater number of cases , in the

practical ...

A LINE is defined and determined , either by some property which characterises it

, or as being produced by the motion of a point , or as the

**intersection**of twosurfaces , each of which contains it . In the greater number of cases , in the

practical ...

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Página 11 - If two straight lines meeting one another be parallel to two other straight lines which meet one another, but are not in the same plane with the first two; the plane which passes through these is parallel to the plane passing through the others.

Página 10 - From the same point in a given plane there cannot be two straight lines at right angles to the plane, upon the same side of it : and there can be but one perpendicular to a plane from a point above the plane.

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Página 6 - IF two straight lines be parallel, the straight line drawn from any point in the one to any point in the other is in the same plane with the parallels.* Let AB, CD be parallel straight lines, and take any point E in the one, and the point F in the other : the straight line which joins E and F is in the same plane with the parallels.

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Página 2 - A solid angle is that which is made by the meeting of more than two plane angles, which are not in the same plane, in one point. X. ' The tenth definition is omitted for reasons given in the notes.

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Página 7 - Two straight lines which are each of them parallel to the same straight line, and not in the same plane with it, are parallel to one another. Let AB...